The agenda of the session No. (29) Thursday (27) April 2017

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The agenda of the session No. (29) Thursday (27) April 2017

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April 27, 2017

First: Reading verses from the Holy Quran.

Second: Consideration of the appeals filed on the validity of the membership of some of the deputies. (4 appeals).



Third: the vote on the draft law of Basra, the economic capital of Iraq (Committee on Economy and Investment, the Legal Committee). (6 articles).



Fourth: Vote on the draft law of the Iraqi Commission for Accreditation. (Economic and Investment Committee). (18 articles). (Legislative calendar).

Fifth: Vote on the proposed law of the union of health professionals. (Committee of Civil Society Institutions, Health and Environment Committee). (37 articles). (Legislative calendar).



Sixth: First reading of the draft law of the Council of State. (Legal Committee). (Article 9).

Seventh: First reading of the proposal for the special grades law for the independent bodies. (Finance Committee, Legal Committee, Committee of Martyrs, Victims and Prisoners). (3 articles).



Eighth: First reading of the draft law on communications and information. (Culture and Information Committee, Services and Reconstruction Committee). (42 articles).



Ninth: First reading of the draft law of the Iraqi National Oil Company. (The Committee on Oil and Energy). (Article 9).

Tenth: First reading of the draft law on health insurance. (Health, environment, labor and social affairs). (Article 9).

Eleventh: Report and discussion of the proposed law of the operation of the first graduates. (Committee on Higher Education and Scientific Research, Finance Committee, Legal Committee). (10 items).

Twelfth: Report and discussion of the proposed amendment to the Third Law of Governorates not organized in the region No. (21) for the year 2008. (Committee of Regions and governorates not organized in the territory, the Legal Committee), (Article 2).

Thirteenth: Report and discussion of the proposed law of the fourth amendment to the law of governorates not organized in the region No. (21) for the year 2008. (Committee of Regions and governorates not organized in the territory, the Legal Committee), (5 article).

Fourteenth: Report and discussion of the proposed amendment of the Second Law of Sports Clubs No. (18) for the year 1986. (Committee on Youth and Sports, Committee of Civil Society Organizations). (4 article).

Fifteenth: The quarterly activity report of the Security and Defense Commission.

Sixteenth: The quarterly activity report of the Committee on Culture and Information.

The session begins at 11 am.

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Re: The agenda of the session No. (29) Thursday (27) April 2017

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[ltr]The House of Representatives condemns the Turkish aggression on Iraqi territory and ends the reading of 7 laws[/ltr]
[ltr] April 27, 2017

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[ltr]The House voted in its 29th ordinary session held under the chairmanship of Dr. Salim al-Jubouri, President of the Council and in the presence of 180 deputies on Thursday 27/4/2017 to condemn the Turkish aggression on Iraqi territory and the law of Basra, Iraq's economic capital.

At the beginning of the session, MP Ahmad al-Asadi read out a statement congratulating the Iraqi people on liberating the urban district from the control of the organization calling the terrorist, stressing the complete liberation of the urban city by entering the popular crowd of the judiciary after liberation yesterday parts of the historic city. Residents of the Nineveh areas and to help displaced people as well as the protection of historical monuments.

In a statement read by MP Hakam al-Zamili, the Security and Defense Committee denounced the Turkish bombardment of Sinjar, Khabour and Makhmour districts under the pretext of beating the PKK forces, which led to the fall of the Peshmerga forces, adding that Turkey added this attack to the record of its aggression against Iraq. For the People's Rally Foundation.

The statement called for condemning the Turkish aggression by violating Iraqi sovereignty and interfering in internal affairs and not allowing any foreign force to be present on Iraqi soil without the consent of the government and not allowing any force to be a headquarters or a corridor in the use of Iraqi territory by organizations or parties that are opposed to neighboring countries A formal apology for all violations that affected the ethnic sovereignty and compensation of affected families and demand the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to transfer the aggression to the UN Security Council and call the government to recall the ambassador, noting that the Security and Defense Commission to follow up the implementation of the government Of the above paragraphs.

He read the MP Khaled al-Asadi a statement on behalf of the Foreign Relations Committee, in which he pointed out that Turkey has carried out actions that contributed to the tension relations with them, expressing the Council's deep resentment of accusing Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of the Iraqi parliament and denouncing his statements against the popular crowd, as well as the condemnation of the Turkish planes bombed the city Sinjar as a violation of the sovereignty of Iraq and the inviolability of its territory, calling on the Iraqi government and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to intervene to stop such interventions.
The council voted unanimously on the recommendations contained in the statement of the Security, Defense and Foreign Relations Committee to condemn Turkish aggression on Iraqi soil.

On the other hand, the Speaker of the House of Representatives announced the timing of the oral questions submitted by the ladies and gentlemen, indicating that the date of 9-5 dates for the hosting of the President of the Office of Financial Supervision and on 13.5 dates for the Minister of Municipalities and Construction and on 11.5 dates to attend Chairman of the institution of political prisoners and set a date of 13-5 dates for the presence of the Minister of Electricity and 11 - 5 dates to attend the President of the National Investment Commission and on 25-5 dates to attend the Minister of Commerce.

President al-Jubouri noted that no date has been set for the presence of the Minister of Higher Education for his travel, as well as a later date for hosting the Prime Minister, the Minister of Water Resources, the Minister of Oil and the Chairman of the Electoral Commission to answer an oral question.

In another context, President al-Jubouri announced that the Minister of Agriculture had sent an official letter to ensure that he would not be prevented from attending the interrogation session set out in 29.4. A formal request containing the documents for the questioning would be submitted, noting that the Minister of Agriculture indicated that he had not received documents Answer the interrogation and ask for documentation so that the questions can be answered fully or professionally at a later session.

For her part, MP Zeinab al-Taie presented the request for questioning her willingness to send documents and documents for questioning to the Minister of Agriculture in order to proceed with the process of questioning.

In another context, President al-Jubouri called on the committee of member affairs and the security and defense committee to submit an acceptable formula on the issue of assigning a number of ladies and gentlemen to combat or humanitarian tasks or follow-up of the fighting.

Then the Council voted on the draft law of Basra, the economic capital of Iraq and submitted by the committees of economy, investment and legal in order to develop and strengthen the economic reality of Iraq and to develop comprehensive economic development and improve the standard of living and service to the Iraqi citizen in general and the citizen visual.

President al-Jubouri postponed the presentation of the appeals filed on the health of the members of the members of the deputies of the Charter of Ibrahim and Faris al-Sinjari and Safa al-Ghanim and Adel Rashash, noting that the possibility of presenting appeals for the failure to provide a quorum of two-thirds of the members of the House of Representatives.

The Presidency postponed the vote on the draft law of the Iraqi Commission for Accreditation submitted by the Economic and Investment Committee and the proposed law of the Union of Health Professions submitted by the committees of civil society organizations, health and environment as well as postponing the vote on the proposed amendment to the third law of the High Commission for Human Rights No. 53 of 2008 Submitted by the Commission on Human Rights.

The Council postponed the first reading of the draft law of the Council of State to next week, submitted by the Legal Committee pending a debate on it with the presidency of the Republic and the Council of Ministers.

The Council completed the first reading of the proposal of the Special Degrees Law for Independent Bodies submitted by the Finance, Legal, Martyrs, Victims and Prisoners Committees, which was in line with the call to streamline ministries and state institutions, reduce financial expenditures and public expenditure, and restructure and standardize the jobs of heads of independent bodies and their deputies. ) On 12/11/2015.

The Council concluded the first reading of the draft law on communications and information provided by the committees of culture, information, services and reconstruction for the organization and management of the communications and informatics sector in the Republic of Iraq and the formulation of its general policy and determine the competent authorities in the process of allocation and organization of frequencies and granting licenses and vacations and protect national wealth in these sectors and ensure optimal use of spectrum And to encourage investment in the telecommunications sector and ensure the protection of the interests of beneficiaries and provide the best services for them and keep pace with technological development and support economic development in this area.

The Council completed the first reading of the draft law of the Iraqi National Oil Company submitted by the Committee of Oil and Energy for the purpose of establishing the Iraqi National Oil Company and enable it to promote its work in the best way and ensure its exercise of its work in the manner of independence and to apply the provisions of Law No. 123 of 1967.

The Presidency decided to postpone the first reading of the health insurance bill submitted by the Health, Environment, Labor and Social Affairs Committees at the request of the Health Committee.

The Council concluded reading a report and discussion of the proposed law on the operation of the first graduates submitted by the committees of higher education and scientific research, financial and legal.

In the interventions of the ladies and gentlemen MPs MP Riad Gharib stressed that the proposed law contributes to encouraging students and their efforts in the study.

MP Adnan al-Asadi said that the law proposal is in line with the efforts made by the first graduates, calling for the inclusion of institutes and colleges in the civil law.

She noted the need to include the humanitarian colleges and give priority to the government colleges for morning study with the importance of giving the first three students in each college priority of appointment.

MP Hanan al-Fatlawi asked to clarify the authority that obligates the ministries to appoint the top three students in the event that he does not receive an opportunity to be appointed to the colleges.

MP Ammar Tohme said that the law proposal will provide an opportunity to benefit the state institutions by providing them with efficient elements.

For his part, Mr. Turhan al-Mufti, representative of the government, said that the government has its own observations on the proposed law, which will be finalized through meetings with the concerned committees soon.

In its response to the interventions, the committee stressed that the universities included in the proposed law are not limited to public universities but all universities officially recognized, pointing out that the law includes the first three on the practical and humanitarian sections, pointing out to take into account the comments of the ladies and gentlemen of the deputies to prepare the proposed law.

The Council completed reading the report and discussion of the proposed amendment to the Third Law of Governorates not organized in the region No. (21) for the year 2008 submitted by the committees of regions and governorates not organized in the province and legal.

The Council read the report and discussion of the proposed amendment of the fourth law of the law of the provinces that are not organized in the region No. (21) for 2008 and submitted by the committees of regions and governorates not organized in the province and legal.

In the interventions of Ladies and Gentlemen, MP Abbas al-Bayati stressed the importance of merging the two bills of law with one law, with the maximum number of members of the governorate council being set at 25, noting that the members of districts and districts have been appointed since the time of the former American civil governor.

MP Fratt al-Tamimi pointed out that the previous experience of local governments proved the need to reduce the members of the provincial councils to include executive posts in the local government, especially those related to the deputies of the provincial council chairman and his advisers.

The MP Hassan Tauran that the draft laws on local governments are working to reduce the powers of provincial councils, which is contrary to the Iraqi constitution.

MP Alia Nassif suggested that a member of the provincial council should take over the administration of the districts and districts to which he belongs.

Deputy Hamed al-Khudari pointed out that the proposals do not have financial obligations but rather rationalize the dues. He called for a reduction in the number of advisors and executive assistants in the local councils.

In its response to the interventions, the committee pointed out that reducing the number of members of the provincial council should be based on logical and practical criteria with finding a solution to the fate of members of districts and neighborhoods in the provinces. She pointed out that the abolition of the district councils is unconstitutional because its duties are administrative,

The Council completed a report and discussion of the proposed amendment of the Second Law of Sports Clubs No. (18) of 1986, submitted by the committees of youth and sports and civil society institutions.

Then it was decided to adjourn the meeting until Saturday 29/4/2017.

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Iraqi Council of Representatives
27/4/2017




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